• Medscape
    be a lengthy period of recuperation, the rewards to the tourist industry, and especially the hotel sector, are considerable. Such benefits are presently unquantifiable though one estimate is that medical tourists in Thailand spent US$1.6 billion in 2003 (Taffel, 2004). The medical tourism in India...
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  • trade agreements
    after the war. The World bank has recently been announced that Sri Lanka is on track to achieve the millennium development goals successfully in the coming years. United Nations Development Programme has identified that Sri Lanka as an early achiever. Sri Lanka has a solid base for achieving their...
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  • Sri Lanka Tourism
    war elephants. Since there was communication between Sri Lanka and India at all times, it is quite likely that elephants were domesticated in Sri Lanka too from the very early times. During ancient times, there were exchanges of elephants between Sri Lanka and India (and other countries in the region...
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  • My Essey
    objectives are to: G provide safe water to 969,000 people and sanitation to 171,500 in five urban areas and in the rural districts of the North Central Province; and G increase the capacity of the Government of Sri Lanka to provide safe water by strengthening the water sector institutions. Taiyuan...
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  • Human Resource Development
    Vocational Education and Training (TVET) sector of Sri Lanka, which is called the National Vocational Qualifications (NVQ) frame work which effect from January 2005. TVEC of Sri Lanka is associated with the Skills Development Project (SDP) and funded by the Asian Development Bank. Purpose of NVQ for...
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  • Dialog
    sector. Mr. Jayantha Dhanapala *Director Mr. Jayantha Dhanapala is a former United Nations UnderSecretary-General for Disarmament Affairs (1998-2003) and a former Ambassador of Sri Lanka to the USA (1995-1997) and to the UN Office in Geneva (1984-1987). He was Director of the UN Institute for...
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  • Tourism Management
    economic exchange rates, and the ageing of the often affluent post-war baby-boom generation. It has thus largely reversed an earlier pattern of wealthy patients travelling to rich world centres, such as Harley Street in London (but where tourism was not involved). Growth has been facilitated by the rise...
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  • Shamme's Doc
    facing each other across Siachen which is the world’s highest battlefield, since 1984. Islamabad wants a withdrawal of troops to the level of a ceasefire agreed after the 1971 war, while India wants authentication of current positions before that. Experts have cited several factors which are...
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  • Measuring the impact of level of customer satisfaction on company revenues; Survey on Sri Lankan Travel Agencies
    . Especially for a country like Sri Lanka travel and tourism is one of the main modes of revenue to the country. Travel agents are the next important party who links tourists, travel and accommodation providers. Travel agents make life of tourists easy; they coordinate from air ticket, to hotel...
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  • Macro Economics
    some of the main key industries which can be identified as key contributors to the economic growth. Post-war reconstruction and rehabilitation necessities in Sri Lanka and the general economic recovery are expected to trigger a construction sector boom over the next five years. Hence we can expect...
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  • Telecominucation
    not attracted significant private investments into the sector. Sri Lanka despite its many advantages and early opening up of the economy is lagging behind India, which had followed relatively closed economic policies until recent but after mid 90s has aggressively attracted and dominated foreign...
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  • Management
    Lanka knows this hotel very well. At the present time there are two wings in the hotel. The first wing is classic wing and that is the oldest wing in the hotel with heritage award. The second wing is regency wing which is the newest part in the hotel. This year this unique hotel won the Sri...
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    , Australia & Maldives (Source: SLTDA) To provide an alternative to the BIA international airport outside Colombo, and to develop the tourism sector in the South and the East of the country, Sri Lanka opened its second international airport at Mattala in the southern Hambantota district. An...
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  • Research
    1.34 per cent of global garment exports (see table 2). Table 1. Sri Lanka textile and garment sector: macro data Under Agreement on Textile and Clothing (ATC) Under MFA After first regime phase-out 1990 Textile & garment exports (US$ Mn) 643.5 as percentage of total exports 33 as percentage of...
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  • Cost Benefit Analysis
    exact cost of investment and operation costs after project putting into life. Sri Lankan government expects to host the Commonwealth Games in 2024.this project is more costly project and expecting return from it to society as well as to sri lanka economy stability. The most complicated project and the...
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  • Policy Documents
    leaders had a commotion on the issue of Tamil migrants who came workers in plantation sector. Therefore, India longed for involving the ethnic conflict in order to bring reciprocal action for the issue of Indian Tamil workers in Sri Lanka. When the ethnic problem was raised up to international level...
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  • Man on Earth
    peoples is a term used to refer to the diverse groups of people who natively speak languages belonging to the Dravidian language family. Populations of speakers of around 220 million are found mostly in Southern India. Other Dravidian people are found in parts of centralIndia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh...
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  • Old Reserve Marketing Plan
    International Marketing Plan Old Reserve Coconut Arrack 5/1/2009 ID Lanka Umar Executive summary A Market plan for ID Lanka’s Old reserve Arrack has been done in the context. The company is a large manufacturer of the Arrack alcoholic beverage in Sri Lanka. Entering the research a...
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  • Book Biography of Rajiv Gandhi
    Tigers of Tamil Eelam rebels in opposition to the Government of Sri Lanka. Though allegedly conducting such activities to the rebel, Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi signed the Indo-Sri Lanka peace accord together with the then Sri Lankan President J. R. Jayewardene in July 29, 1987 at Colombo. The following...
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  • India and Her Neighbours
    in India. By the end of the war, India had resumed control of all territory south and east of the Line of Control, as was established in July 1972 as per the Shimla Accord. 2. The Indo-Sri Lankan Peace Accord • The Indo-Sri Lanka Peace Accord was an accord signed in Colombo on July 29, 1987...
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